Mammut Mirage Harness

Priced: $49.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 25 reviews.
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Mammut Mirage Harness -
Take up less room in your climbing gear duffel with one-for-everything harness with Mammut’s Mirage.
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Adjustable Leg Loops:yes
Gear Loop:yes
Haul Loop:no
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Mammut Mirage Harness Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Bang for the buck!

Great basic harness. This was an upgrade from my BD Alpine Bod, and the fully adjustable leg loops are very nice.

I'm 5'10, 160, purchased a medium and I find the harness comfortable on multi-pitch climbs, it's comfortable while belaying, on a PAS/Sling, and certainly while climbing. The medium works for me, but I'm on the small end for it. I'm a couple inches from being fully cinched in the waist.

The gear loops hold plenty of draws etc.

My one hiccup so far has been its tendency to get turned around and upside-down. Given the hard plastic tie-in point, it takes a couple times of getting it straightened back out before one-really understands where all the pieces go. It's a non-issue now (just had to get to know the harness, it untangles in a snap) but the first couple times it happened it took a couple minutes to get it untangled.

Highly recommended if you're on a budget and want a good, comfortable basic harness!
Sustainable Skiier at Mountain Gear on 06/06/2011

Excellent Harness

Getting ready for the outdoor season, I noticed that this harness was on sale. Of course I am a sucker for a deal, especially on Mammut gear...So I decided that I would give it a shot and pulled the proverbial trigger and ordered this bad boy. Getting it on after receiving was a cinch and adjusting the loops and waist band was super easy. The comfort level is leaps and bounds above my old BD Momentum. Speaking of leaping, this harness held me nice and comfortably on several dynos on its first outing. I was most excited about the plastic support that is attached to the leg loop straps that attaches to the belay loop, I believe that this will add less stress to the webbing and cause less rope wear in the longer scheme of things. Only issue - The rear belay loop is less than robust, so it will be used for holding my chalk bag and nothing more.
Just Mike at Mountain Gear on 04/04/2013

Best bang for your buck.

I haven't had this harness too long but I love it so far. Been climbing in it a couple of times already and it's been really comfortable. It's a little too big. I'm about a 27 in the waist and I have to pull it tight all the way but it fits just about right for me. I don't have too much experience in harnesses but so far so great! And if you're worried about prices then this one is really easy on your wallet.
deejay at Mountain Gear on 06/06/2013

So far, so good

Used this one day and it seems to work well. I have a small waist and big legs so the adjustability was appreciated (I have a 29" waist and the small fits right). I did not find it as hard to put on as others have in their reviews, but it does tangle a bit easier than some of my older Petzl harnesses. It is light and compact and while I haven't taken any falls yet, it was fine on rappel for comfort.
Andyrando at Mountain Gear on 11/11/2013

Decent Harness

This is your basic fully adjustable harness. The gear loops are non-rigid which can desirable. Im not a huge fan of the plastic bit that attaches the belay loop to the leg loops. It seems to help with friction on the belay loop however.

Lastly I do find that it is quite easy to put this on upside down. The gear loops are attached to the main belt at the top on one side and bottom on the other.
Collin at Mountain Gear on 04/04/2013

Nice harness

I bought this as a gift for a friend who is a new climber. It fits perfectly, and is really simple to use. I really like the one hand pull. I probably own 15 harnesses and this is the best one for a new climber. (Since I'm really old, I still like my old Whillan's Sit Harness.) There is plenty of racking room, and the location is convenient. Best... it's strong and safe to use.
robtheblather... at Mountain Gear on 12/12/2011

You get Exactly what you Paid For

I use this harness in the gym and for canyoneering. So far it has held up quite well and done its job for being quite cheap. It's not quite as comfortable as some other better fitting harnesses, but it's very nice if you need a new harness for cheap!
Zach at Mountain Gear on 10/10/2013

Its a Harness

If your like me and dont care a whole lot about whether the harness weighs 17oz or 10oz, then this harness will work great for you. Its cheap, comfy and does the job. Can get twisted up easily when stored but not a huge deal.
Aggie at Mountain Gear on 03/03/2013

Great harness for the price

Can't believe the price on a quality Mammut harness. Not the lightest harness, but very comfortable and adjustable. Has everything you need to be safe and functional.
Compass at Mountain Gear on 11/11/2011


I have a 84cm / 33.1" waist and a 59cm/ 23,2" leg and the medium is good for me and for bigger waist and leg sizes.
V at Mountain Gear on 06/06/2013

Neutral Reviews:

could not beat the price

It works fine for my needs but leg loops are too large. can't adjust to be narrow enough. The waist is fine can't tell any difference from a $120. harness.
tim at Mountain Gear on 05/05/2013

Decent for the money

Nothing crazy here just a basic harness for cheep...
Phin at Mountain Gear on 10/10/2013